June 15, 2022
A cough, a wheeze, a sniffle. For an infant or young child, these symptoms may mark the beginning of a virus that places a huge burden on their families and their health for years to come.
May 26, 2022
After my infant son had open-heart surgery, I thought we’d been through the worst experience of our lives. Then he got RSV.
April 25, 2022
No parent wants to see their child wince in pain or hear their baby cry. Yet enduring the undesirable for just a minute – as the child is vaccinated – can save heartache down the road.
March 30, 2022
Infants and young children are particularly susceptible to RSV, a serious respiratory virus. But new preventive measures are on the horizon and making these interventions accessible for all infants should be a priority.
January 27, 2022
Infants and children may soon have another line of protection against potentially life-threatening infections. Protecting Against Pneumococcal Disease The Food…
January 11, 2022
Why do pregnant women die in childbirth more often in the United States than in other developed countries? The answer is complex.
December 9, 2021
More than four years after concerns were raised about certain hospital tubing devices, the Food and Drug Administration finally acknowledged their potential danger to infants.
November 19, 2021
By Ashley Randolph - I don’t know what it’s like to deliver a term baby. But, like many other African American women, I know the frustrations and fears that come with prematurity.
October 19, 2021
Public health officials are urging pregnant and breastfeeding moms to get the COVID-19 vaccine – and soon.
October 12, 2021
By Gloria Wai Chung Li, MD - In June of this year, at age two, my daughter, Aria, was sent home from daycare with a high fever.